3 years & up. Cooperative games eliminate stress, build self-esteem, and teach kids that playing together can be fun! Unlike a traditional game where there is only one winner, in a cooperative game the players work as a team against a common obstacle, not against each other. Children learn to share, make decisions together, and play together in respectful and compassionate ways. Board games include: Feed The Wozzle, Hoot Owl Hoot, Stone Soup, and Count Your Chickiens. Set of 4 games.
3 years & up. The baby chicks have flown the coop®! All players work together to help Mother Hen collect her chicks and bring them back to the coop® before Mother Hen gets to the last space on the board. With cooperative games, the stress of losing goes away because players are playing as a team against a common obstacle and not against each other. Count Your Chickens™ eliminates stress, empowers young learners, and teaches kids that playing together can be fun!
3 - 6 years. Woozle, a friendly monster, is hungry and loves chocolate-covered flies and hairy pickles. Can you feed him 12 silly snacks from the spoon before all the snacks are gone? This game requires working together to get Woozle fed. Includes instructions for 3 levels of play and helps to promote body awareness, builds fine and gross motor skills, and working cooperatively. 2-5 players.
4 years & up. The object of the game is move all of the owls to the nest before the sun rises. Players take turns, but work together. Because Hoot Owl Hoot! is a cooperative game, players play any of the owls -- no one player has a single owl they are trying to get back to the nest. The basic game is easy enough for first time game players and can be made infinitely more challenging simply by adding more owl tokens into the game.
4 years & up. Dive into an ocean voyage and discover the animals that live there with Life in the Coral Reef Board Game! As you explore, some of the ocean creatures are hiding and might be tricky to spot. If you are lucky, you might even find hidden treasure. Look for the marine animals shown on the two cards and point them out at the same time. If you are first to spot them out, you are rewarded with an animal figurine. The game board features two sides consisting of giant puzzle pieces which… More »